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During this semester this course was taught by Dr. Derpanis, Dr. Harley and Dr. Ferworn. The course used the textbook Big Java: Early Objects which meant that object oriented programming was taught in this course. There were two projects, one to build a program that would accept an input to simulate the turning and unlocking of a padlock, the other to simulate a poker game. There was weekly homework and a weekly submittable lab. There were two midterms, and the second midterm allowed students to retake it to improve their grade. Both the midterms and the final were done paperless, using the wizard testing environment.
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